goldenagecomicsvault:

Years before Barry Allen faced his arch nemesis, Reverse-Flash (aka Professor Zoom) Jay Garrick went up against his own evil counterpart, The Rival. With the same power set, The Rival managed to temporarily deafest The Flash by dousing him with chemicals that took away his powers. Of course The Flash defeated him in the end. This was Jay Garrick’s final Golden Age solo adventure as The Flash.
Splash Page From FLASH COMICS #104 (Feb. 1949)Art by Carmine Infantino (pencils) & Bernard Sachs (inks)Words by John Broome

goldenagecomicsvault:

Years before Barry Allen faced his arch nemesis, Reverse-Flash (aka Professor Zoom) Jay Garrick went up against his own evil counterpart, The Rival. With the same power set, The Rival managed to temporarily deafest The Flash by dousing him with chemicals that took away his powers. Of course The Flash defeated him in the end.
This was Jay Garrick’s final Golden Age solo adventure as The Flash.

Splash Page From 
FLASH COMICS #104 (Feb. 1949)
Art by Carmine Infantino (pencils) & Bernard Sachs (inks)
Words by John Broome

dickgrayzon:


Time moves on. You start a new life. Part of it’s a defense mechanism. You don’t want to be defined by the terrible thing that happened. You don’t want to be hurt anymore. You want to be someone stronger. So you “try on” different people. 

Nightwing #29
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dickgrayzon:


Time moves on. You start a new life. Part of it’s a defense mechanism. You don’t want to be defined by the terrible thing that happened. You don’t want to be hurt anymore. You want to be someone stronger. So you “try on” different people. 

Nightwing #29
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dickgrayzon:

Time moves on. You start a new life. Part of it’s a defense mechanism. You don’t want to be defined by the terrible thing that happened. You don’t want to be hurt anymore. You want to be someone stronger. So you “try on” different people. 

Nightwing #29